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Eighteen students — including Jackson Police Chief Todd Smith, who received an associate degree in criminal justice — graduated from Central Wyoming College-Jackson on Sunday.

Besides Smith new graduates with associate degrees are Levi H. Adams, Teressa Lyn Dierks, Victoria Isabelle Munoz and Zachary B. Ward.

The Hole Scroll

The school season is winding down, but that doesn’t mean Jackson’s middle or high school students have caught a break yet.

University of Wyoming-bound Broncs celebrated their official commitment to attend the school in the fall at a signing day ceremony Thursday.

This is a selection of stories printed within the past week in the News&Guide’s sister publication, the Jackson Hole Daily. For full versi…

The Hole Scroll

Teton County public school students attend the best high school in the state, according to the U.S. News & World Report.

The Hole Scroll

The University of Wyoming says the world needs more cowboys, and it’ll be getting both cowboys and cowgirls in the form of incoming freshmen f…